Shareholders funds of Trustfund Pensions Limited has increased to N8.1billion, while its Retiree Saving Accounts (RSAs) increased significantly to over 700,000, the management of the pension administrator has said.
The managing director of Trustfund Pensions Limited, Helen Da-Souza, who made this disclosure at the unveiling of new corporate identity (logo) of the pension funds administrator, in Abuja said the company started from a modest shareholders fund of N334 million in 2006
Besides, she said from managing funds of N42 billion at its inception in 2006, Trustfund Pensions has improved significantly to managing funds in excess of half a trillion naira as at present.
She said after 12 successful years, it has become imperative for the brand to differentiate itself from the Pension Funds Administrator (PFA) glut; thus necessitating the need for the new logo.
She said, “A company’s corporate identity is the face of the company, its products and services and a means of connecting with its customers. Trustfund Pensions Limited has evolved over the past 12 years and the time has come for a change. Since its inception over 12 years ago, Trustfund Pensions Limited has creditably advanced into one of the topmost Pension Funds Administrators in Nigeria.”
She added, “Our current logo simply says Trusfund, which over the years has created an identity mix for the brand. It has been difficult for the public to differentiate the brand from other organisation bearing similar names or acronyms.
“Today, we proudly unveil the new Trustfund Pensions Limited corporate identity with a competitive differentiation as we pledge to continue to raise the bar and push ourselves to the very best for our customers and stakeholders and indeed for ourselves and our families.”